By Grace Virginia R.
Even though this ebook is predicated on damaged pottery came across throughout the excavation of the Agora, the writer levels a long way past the confines of Athens in her dialogue of the aim and importance of other amphora varieties. Amphoras have been utilized in the traditional global to move a variety of types of items, together with wine and oil. the writer indicates how chronological adaptations suit and the geographical clues provided by way of stamped handles make amphoras a desirable resource of monetary details. The publication illustrates many various sorts of amphora, prepared into context by means of the well-written textual content.
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63. Excavations beside the Hotel Soleil, in the city of Khodes, May, 1960. 64. For a descriptive list of items in this picture, with commentary, see Exploration archkologique de DClos, XXVII,Paris, 1970, pp. 317-318 with note 2 . 65. Athens, National Museum, KT 486 EM I. 66. P 10790, left, and P 25183. 68. Bollettino d’Arte, VIE, 1914, p. 9, fig. 38. 69. Mosaic at Tebessa, North Africa. D. Kindness of P. Cintas and L. Casson; cf. also Archaeology, x, 1957, p. 251. Back cover. British Museum, Macedonian coin in 20.
69. Roman merchantman with a deck load of amphoras. Mosaic in North Africa. NOTES O N ILLUSTRATIONS Inventory numbers preceded by P or ss designate material found in the excavations of the Athenian Agora and now housed in the Stoa of Attalos. Stamps and coins are shown at about actual size unless otherwise indicated in the legends. Beginning with 22, amphoras without human scale are at about I:IS, save in 61,63, 66 and 68. Most are from an exhibition in one of the ancient rooms of the Stoa. Since the inventory numbers of these jars appear below them in the photographs, they are not repeated in the following notes.
Oiic of two duplicate impressions on the two handles of S S 9743. 2 2 . From Agora deposit B 13:7. ss 7582, to the right, is endorsed by Menekratcs and dated by Mytion. 23. ss 7583, stamps on incomplctejar from Agora deposit B 1 3 7 . 24. , London, 1897, pl. XXXVIII, 8. 25. ss 7584, stamps on much-restored jar from Agora deposit B I3:7. 26. Rhodes, Archaeological Museum, Rhodian jar from the Villanova deposit. 27. A. €3. West, F$h and Fourth Century Gold Coinsfrom the Thracian Coast, New York, 1929, pl.
Amphoras and the Ancient Wine Trade (Agora Picture Book #6) by Grace Virginia R.